Unique hand made sun printed card with Bluebells and Cow Parsley
Plants picked whilst on my daily walks on the Granite Tramway on the edge of Dartmoor
Sun printing is primitive photography using cyanotype chemicals plants and sunshine .
Pioneer botanist Anna Atkins first used the technique in the 1840s to record seaweed and ferns .
6x 6 cards come with envelope and postage included
Bridget Arnold lives in Devon , right on the edge of Dartmoor where the inspiration for her work comes from.
Her walks along the Granite Tramway, that runs past her house,are where she sources the plants and feathers used in her sun printing.
Sun printing is a primitive process of photography pioneered by botanist Anna Atkins in the 1840s she recorded ferns and seaweed and made books Bridget has developed new ways of working with Sun Printing and wet cyanotype and creates material to be turned into hand made prints, cards lamp shades and books